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37th Alabama Infantry (CSA)
Ancestor Info
Name: Marion C. J. SearcyRank: Captain Company: H

(Born - Abt. 1840) (Died - Dec 1863) (Father - James Brittan Searcy) (Married - Lucy Ann Richards) (Capt. Marion C. J. Searcy was wounded at Corinth and killed at Missionary Ridge.) (Captain Marion C. J. Searcy 'Company H' dies of the seemingly minor wound he receives at Missionary Ridge; while recuperating in the hospital, the wound - above the elbow - became gangrenous and his arm was amputated at the shoulder. He did not survive the surgery. H. F. Reynolds is named as his replacement. The regimental commander, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander A. Greene is wounded again during the fighting on Missionary Ridge. Greene and Searcy, having become good friends agree to write each other's eulogy in the event of the other’s death. Alexander Greene has to make good on his promise.)

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